Excerpt from Thirty-Third Annual Report of the Insurance Commissioner of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Vol. 2: January 1, 1888; Life, Casualty and Guarantee Insurance
Each Of the domestic companies shows a handsome increase in business, although in ordinary life the John Hancock pre sents a small falling Off, but its industrial branch presents an increase of nearly These companies have now in force policies, covering of insurance, not including the policies of in amount, of the industrial insurance of the John Hancock. Their gross income exceeded expenditures during the year in the sum of and the surplus was increased In every respect these companies are in a gratifyingly stable condition. The results of the triennial examinations of the New England, the Massachusetts and the State are given elsewhere.
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